unamusingly

unamusingly

(ˌʌnəˈmjuːzɪŋlɪ)
adv
in an unamusing or unentertaining manner
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That equates to about half a pint of decent strength beer or three sips of what the younger people unamusingly call "wife beater" lager.
Unamusingly, it takes into account the length of the joke's build-up, the comedic value of the punchline and the groaninducing qualities of puns.
In song after song, the Cole Porter numbers are projected, chin upturned, across the footlights, leaving Royston Kean's Uncle Willie to scurry lecherously, and unamusingly, about the stage.